Posssible. You need to be evaluated by your gyn as you need a workup which includes an exam, blood work and an ultrasound. Increase in prostaglandins can contribute to the nausea and you want to make sure you do not have certain gyn conditions like endometriosis, etc. There are many different treatment options to treat your bleeding and nausea depending on the cause, so no need to suffer, see your gyn..
Heavy vaginal bleedi. Excessive menstrual bleeding may be associated with uterine abnormalities including fibroids (benign smooth muscle tumors), polys, and hormonal imbalances. It is important to have a physical exam and pap smear to evaluate the uterine cervix for any abnormalities.
Yes stress can. Whether physical or emotional can throw off ur cycle.
Passing clots. Bleeding lasting more than 7 days, and clots are abnormal. Measured flow more than 60 ml would be excessive. Average loss is 30 ml per month.
Depends. On what your definition of excessive is. If you are changing 5 pads a day that can be normal a pad or 2 every hour can cause severe anemia and its consequences.
Yes. Stress can cause period disturbances, it can range from no period to frequent excessive periods.
Not typically, but... Menstrual activity, including the duration & amount of bleeding, related discomfort, emotional symptoms, & the cycle itself -- is a complex phenomenon, that can be affected by many variables. One variable could be stress. More often however, stress results from period problems, including excessive bleeding. Don't assume it's stress causing heavy flow -instead, have a gynecologist check you out.
Multifacted. Excess bleeding could be a hormonal imbalance or it could be a fibroid or polyp in the uterus or cervix. A visit with your ob/gyn will help possibly narrow your diagnosis. Sometimes excess bleeding can even be precancerous cells in the uterus. I would recommend you see a physician and be evaluated.
Quite a few. 1. Medication to control cycles, of which there are several. 2. Mirena (levonorgestrel) iud. 3. Endometrial ablation. 4. Possibly a uterine fibroid embolization if you have fibroids. 5. Hysterectomy (for which there are several approaches).
I'm not sure but is heavy excessive menstrual bleeding and clotting for over a month straight normal?
It is not. Please see you Gynecologist for an evaluation to find the cause and treat it accordingly.